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Job Stress Management
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Basics of stress management and its implications in our life. possible remedial measures are listed out. A study on UG level students stress at The ICFAI University, Sikkim has been conducted and …

Basics of stress management and its implications in our life. possible remedial measures are listed out. A study on UG level students stress at The ICFAI University, Sikkim has been conducted and presented for reference.

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  • 1. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR Job Stress Management Presented By Mr. Pijus Kanti Bhuin Sr Lecturer, ICFAI University,Sikkim, IndiaFaculty Seminar, IUS 30.01.2010 1
  • 2. WHAT IS STRESS?Stress is non-specific response of the body to a realor imagined threat, event, change. Dry Mouth Insomnia/Hypersomia Cold Hand & Feet Change in Appetite Faster Heart beat Sexual Disorder Rapid Breathing Taking Too Fast/too Loud Tense Muscle Mad moods/Burnout  Eustress or Positive Stress: Stress that comes from the good sources and motivational.Stress  Distress or Negative Stress: stress that comes from the bad good sources. 2
  • 3. STAGES OF STRESS Resistance StageAlarming Stage Exhaustion Stage 3
  • 4. Effects of Stress on Job Absenteeism Withdrawal Workers Compensation Claim Errors of Judgment and Action Accidents Conflict and interpersonal problem Violence Customer service problem Resistance to change No time to do it right Changed Attitude 4
  • 5. Causes of Stress at Work place Stressor Physical & Organizational Individual Factor Environmental Factor Factor •Work-Family Interface • Personality Factor•Working Condition • Optimism• Social, Political, • Life StressorEconomic Environment NEXT > 5
  • 6. Causes of Stress at Work place BOSSOrganizational Factor • Factors Intrinsic to Job • Role Demand & Conflict Conflicting Orders  Intrasender Conflict  Intrarole Conflict BOSS BOSS  Interrole Conflict  Person-Role Conflict • Relationship at work Conflicting Orders • Career Prospects • Organizational Structure & Climate BACK < 6
  • 7. Stress Management Program1. Identify Stressor2. Design and Implement Intervention Individual Approach Organizational Approach » Job Reengineering » Job Redesign3. Evaluate the Intervention 7
  • 8. Individual Approach GET PHYSICAL Relax, Stretch, Massage, Exercise GET MENTAL Control Your Thoughts, Fantasize, Self Control, Counseling, GET SPIRITUAL Meditation, Prayers USE YOUR BODY AND MIND TOGETHER Yoga, Fun & Laugh, Aroma Therapy, Relaxation Technique ( Biofeedback, autogenic Training, Deep breathing, Nero Linguistic Programming, Pranayam, Yoga Nidra, Progressive muscle relaxation, Meditation) DEVELOP NEW SKILLS Time Management, Learn something, Practice a hobby, Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle 8
  • 9. References1. Organizational Behavior & HR: Icfai University Press2. www.helpguide.org/mental/stress_management_relief_coping.htm3. www.mindtools.com/pages/main/newMN_TCS.htm4. www.studentaffairs.odu.edu/counseling/Workshops/stress.ppt5. www.tamu-commerce.eduAn Emirical Study Next> 9
  • 10. STUDENT STRESS RATING SCALE The following are events that occur in the life of a college student. Place a check in the left-hand column for each of those events that has happened to you during the last 12 months. ___ Death of a close family member - 100 points ____ Jail term - 80 points ____ Final year or first year in college - 63 points ____ Pregnancy (to you or caused by your) - 60 points ____ Severe personal illness or injury - 53 points ____ Marriage - 50 points ____ Any interpersonal problems - 45 points ____ Financial difficulties - 40 points ____ Death of a close friend - 40 points ____ Arguments with your roommate (more than every other day) - 40 points ____ Major disagreements with your family - 40 points’ ____ Major change in personal habits - 30 points ____ Change in living environment - 30 points ____ Beginning or ending a job - 30 points ____Problems with your boss or professor - 25 points ____ Outstanding personal achievement - 25 points ____ Failure in some course - 25 points ____ Final exams - 20 points ____ Increased or decreased dating - 20 points ____ Changes in working conditions - 20 points ____ Change in your major ____ Change in your sleeping habits - 18 points ____ Several-day vacation - 15 points ____ Change in eating habits - 15 points ____ Family reunion - 15 points ____ Change in recreational activities - 15 points ____ Minor illness or injury - 15 points ____ Minor violations of the law - 11 points Score: _________________ 10
  • 11. INTERPRETING YOUR SCORE Less than 150 points : relatively low stress level in relation to life events 150 - 300 points : borderline range Greater than 300 points : high stress in relation to life events Note: From Girdano, D.A., Everly, G. S., Jr., & Dusek, D. E. (1990). Controlling stress and tension (3rd edition), ENnglewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. 11
  • 12. A study of Stress Management on 87 UG –level Students ofIcfai University Sikkim through Holm and Rahe Model ofSocial Adjustment Rating Scale Percentage Distribution of Stress Level of Total Students 10.3 41.4 48.3 Low Stress Boarder line Distress 12
  • 13. Percentage Distribution of Stress Level among Male/Female Students Percentage Distribution of Stress Level among Percentage Distribution of Stress Level among Female Students Male Students Distress Distress 38.5 45.7 Boarder line 51.9Boarder line 42.9 Low Stress 9.6Low Stress 11.4 0 20 40 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 13
  • 14. Thank You 14

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